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J.K. Rowling tweets heartbreaking video of Heather Heyer's mother

In the light of the tragic events in Charlottesville, the parents of Heather Heyer have offered a rare example of dignity and defiance in the face of their daughter's violent death.  SEE ALSO: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower Like many on Twitter, J.K. Rowling shared the video of Heather's mother, Susan Bro, as she addresses 1,200 people that gathered to mourn the 32-year-old woman at the Paramount Theater in downtown Charlottesville, Virginia.
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